Levenger Weekly Special This Week

Levenger's special this week is the Pelikan Duo Highlighter Fountain Pen for $85, regularly $175 at the MSRP. Most retailers normally sell it for around $140, so this is a great buy for anyone interested. A picture of the pen appears in the weekly special box in the lower left corner of Levenger's home page.

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How about $25 instead ?

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Not as fancy, but just as functional. Plus a huge bottle of ink.

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson) ***

Actually, I found highlighter fountain pens to be a problem

I use these instead:
Clutch Pencil and Colored Leads

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson) ***

Do you use the exact same style of clutch pencil

Or, do you have any experience with other brands and/or size?

I use erasable pencils for color coding everything but I need those for highlighting neatly.

same kind

with the large diameter leads. I have never tried easing it, but my preference is because I can use the pencil type highlight over hand written notes. Liquid ink highlight would smear the ink handwriting.

Want me to try ?

By the way, Levengers has the same kind of pencil at only twice the cost : Link
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson) ***

I have known about the Levenger

for quite a while.

However, the reviews concerning the quality of the pen's body were less than stellar.
Cheap plastic is not my idea of a good lead holder.

The availability of so many different models is extremely exiting.
I was delighted to find out that, there were longer lead holders, which I have tried to find for quite some times.

A visit at my local independent art store has been planned for quite a while, things got in the way of going there.
I have a feeling they might have this type of lead holder and... fortunately for my inner crafty self but unfortunately for my wallet, a whole lot of the very nice items everyone raves on this forum!

If you have the time to see if the highlighting erases, please share your results, ygor.

I know how busy you are and wouldn't have asked.

Check the iPenStore

You can also check the iPenStore at www.ipenstore.com.

On the home page, under featured products, they show the Rosetta Da Vinci Mechanical Pencil in black and gold for $19.97.

This lead holder will hold the 5.6 mm leads shown by ygor and also those sold by Levenger.

The iPenStore also sells the leads in various colors and color combinations: a tube of 6 for $5.97.

Linkety-Link Link !

Gold or chrome trim for $20:
Rosetta Da Vinci Mechanical Pencil, Black Acrylic, Chrome Trim
Rosetta Da Vinci Mechanical Pencil, Black Acrylic, Gold Trim

This "Comfort Grip" model for $17 (I might get one of these)
Rosetta Da Vinci Comfort Grip Sketch Pencil

And the "Dry Highlighter" pencil leads
Rosetta Da Vinci 5.6 mm Lead Refills, Dry Highlighter Assortment
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson) ***

Thank you so much!

This "Comfort Grip" model for $17 (I might get one of these)as well.

I am also very pleased at the wonderful array of lead colors.

Very impressive!